NASA Will Fly a Copter on Saturn's Moon Titan
“Dragonfly will visit a world filled with a wide variety of organic compounds, which are the building blocks of life and could teach us about the origin of life itself.”
Scientists Used Satellites to Spot Arctic Methane From Space
An experimental technique for measuring potent methane emissions in the Arctic proved successful.
Megafloods on Mars Carved Giant Canyons Into the Red Planet
Jezero Crater, site of a Martian paleolake, is on the shortlist of landing sites for NASA's Mars 2020 rover.
Take a Dip Into the Internet of Lakes
Smart lakes and smart forests are helping researchers understand how we’re hurting nature—and what we can do to fix it.
Meredith Rutland Bauer
Let Loose the Pollution-Sniffing Robot Eels
The robot uses luminous bacteria and plankton to detect freshwater contaminants.
Millions of Canadian Lakes Could Hold Clues About Ancient Life
Some look like ancient oceans from 2.5 billion years ago.
These Aerial Photos Make Salt Ponds Look Like Abstract Art
Canadian photographer David Burdeny captures the chemical compositions of salt ponds all over the world.
Masha (Maria) Koblyakova
The Story Behind California's Abandoned Lake in the Middle of the Desert
On an all new episode of 'ABANDONED', host Rick McCrank visits the Salton Sea in California to understand what went wrong.
Confessions of a Teenage Lifeguard
Whether wrangling pervs or scooping poop, "it was the best job I've ever had."
The Photo Issue 2014
From the 2014 VICE Photo Issue: Walk in the Woods
Thomas Albdorf makes beautiful images and then gives them titles like this: <em>The Blooming of the Daffodil Flower Between May and June Leads Many Tourists Towards Lunzer Lake</em>. Get into it!
The Profiles Issue
This series is my attempt to capture childhood memories revolving around my father. He has spent all of his 69 years in a small city in Poland and has been shaped by its culture, rural lifestyle, and decades under communist rule.